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Are apples bad for you at night?

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Eating apples before going to bed leads to sleep deprivation. Apples are in fact recommended for people looking to stay awake for long hours. Apples contain several vitamins, minerals, and a dietary fiber called pectin, which creates a disturbance in our sleep patterns. It also contains natural sugar in excess of 13 gms that works like caffeine to promote wakefulness.

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Haha that’s weird! Its just a fruit so what difference it makes you have it at day or night

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Dont forget to discard the seeds or face cyanide poisoning in the middle of the night

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